The survey delivers processed high-resolution data. The property presently comprises a total of 253 identified geophysical anomalies and of those 39 are designated for priority investigation.
"We are pleased to release processed imagery for the airborne geophysics survey Panther flew over the Big Bear Gold Project this summer,” Darren Hazelwood, chief executive said in a statement.
“We are in the process of updating our corporate presentation and advancing our work programme at the Big Bear project. The geophysics images provide investors, and the market, with confirmation of the level of understanding we now have on this previously fragmented project area.
“The business has made exceptional progress in 2020 on the project area, as our knowledge expands, our anticipation only intensifies. We expect to update the market soon with the results of our summer work programme," Hazelwood added.